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laden . if that war was -- that war was metastasizing around the world, indonesia, malaysia, somalia, north africa, and into american cities. if you want to galvanize the u.s. government to fight a war, sometimes, like it or not, it takes a catastrophic event to turn that ship. there was a war going on that we couldn't confront because of the global magnitude. i think the tragedy is that it took 9/11 for us to open our eyes and say it wasn't just planes or box cutters. it is a cancer that has spread around the world and it will take decades to eviscerate that cancer. host: let's bring it back to aqap. who is currently in charge? guest: a guy who has been nominated or directed to be the deputy of al qaeda. he is an effective leader. it takes really visionary leadership to take a low-level terrorist organization and raise its horizon so it becomes a global threat. he has been in place for a while. there are badlands of the yemen -- of yemen that are indisputable -- that are indisputable -- that are inhospitable. you have that lethal combination of leadership and safe haven. that at the
by august. president obama is in malaysia, the third stop on a four nation asian tour that will conclude tomorrow in the philippines retort -- before returning to washington on tuesday. every sunday we begin our
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